The Best Places To Celebrate The New Year In India

New Year celebrations do not seem to be too far away with the festive season gaining its pace. It is time to bid goodbye to the past and welcome the New Year with high vigor for the good times ahead of us. There are some unbelievable holiday destinations in India if you wish to celebrate the New Year’s Eve with your family and friends partying the whole night. Here, we will discuss about some of the best places in India to celebrate the New Year:

1. Goa

Goa

This wonderful land of beaches is an ideal place to celebrate the New Year. You can find the best parties organized in this part of the country ranging from the best music to classy cocktails and sumptuous cuisine. You will find great places to stay on the beach side such as a luxurious stay in a five-star resort or even a non-luxury budgeted stay depending on how much you want to spend. Goa is the undoubtedly the best place for starting a happy new year if you have enough energy to party and dance hard.

2. Mumbai

Mumbai

Mumbai is one of the most happening cities in the sub-continent, especially night lifewise. You’ll find it difficult to make a choice with so many clubs and parties galore that will suit your mood. The Eau Bar located in The Oberoi Hotel, and overlooking the Arabian Sea, welcomes you to a New Year’s celebration. The Pheroze Shah Mehta Garden or the Hanging Gardens also offers a wonderful view of the city’s skyline. The laced-up Shoe House at the Hanging Gardens is also a great tourist attraction. The imagination your child is bound to be ecstatic by the little windows and balcony of the shoe!

3. Kolkata

Kolkata

Kolkata, previously known as Calcutta, is a city rich in its cultural heritage and is extremely diverse in nature. Calcutta attracts travelers from countries all over the world. The city is always busy and bustling. It can boast of many attractive places to visit like the Indian Museum, The Zoological gardens, the Victoria memorial, The Birla Planetarium, and the beautiful parks like Nikko Park and Aquatica. It is also the home to Science City which is the second largest science hub in Asia.

4. Delhi

Delhi

Delhi, the capital city of India, is a perfect retreat for the history lovers as well as the die-hard partiers. Delhi speaks volumes about India’s rich history with sites such as the Qutub Minar and the Red Fort. But the most important thing is that it is only a short distance away from the Taj Mahal which is one of the seven wonders of the world!

Delhi also is home to the India Gate and the Jantar Mantar. The city glows warmly at night with lights and has many green gardens which make it impeccable to enjoy a pleasant evening in Delhi.

5. Bangalore

Bangalore

Bangalore, now known as Begaluru, has emerged as a bustling cosmopolitan city where various types of people and culture reside together. The main attraction here is the Lal Bagh which was constructed by Hyder Ali in 1760. Here you will find rare species of plants, trees and other fauna from all over the world. If you a shopaholic then don’t miss the Brigade Road, which is full of shops that have both global and local brands. Brigade Road is also famous for the Catholic Club, St. Patrick’s Church, etc. Tourists must not miss the Brigade Towers, Vellara Hotel and also the Toy Store.

Therefore, you can plan a visit to any of these cities this year to charge up your mind and body for the perfect celebration on this New Year’s Eve.